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Leonardo AW109 Trekker

Leonardo AW109 Trekker

The Official Helicopter Blue Book is published by HeliValue$, Inc.   The first publication was in 1979.  The helicopter Blue Book combines 40 years of resale data and internal component prcing information.  The helicopter Blue Book is a unique book, it is not like the Kelly blue book, green book, red book or black book.  The Official Helicopter Blue Book is not simply a database of resale transactions, it is a product that provides our customers with various tools to make informed decisions.   Information on specifications, current ad historical resale values, current and historical manufacturer pricing, component overhaul and retirement intervales, and hourly maintenance costs are available for most of the over 200 models covered in the Blue Book.  Our interactive Blue Book includes the model comparison tool that allows side by side comparison of data for up to three helicopter models.

HeliValue$ is the only full time helicopter appraisal firm and perform over 2,500 helicopter appraisals annually.  We have accredited ASA appraisers that follow the USPAP guidelines.

 

Current Resale Pricing
Current Resale Pricing is not available on this Leonardo AW109 Trekker.
Base Pricing

 
 

The Base Helicopter Price is given in that year’s US Dollars or Euros when noted, they are the prices in effect as of the specific model year of manufacture, but do not necessarily reflect the actual price paid by the purchaser at new delivery.

The values should be used for reference only, as they may have averaged for any prices changes during the year. 

These prices do not account for any discounts, distributor or dealer profits, trade-in allowances, extra service or parts, options added above the “average,” or special financing arrangements that might have been made.

North American prices are used since historically North America has accounted for more than 50% of the entire marketplace.

The Blue Book index provide available data for the {model}.  Click this link to the helicopter blue book index, https://www.helivalues.com/bb/index

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You can view sample pages of The Official Helicopter Blue Book by clicking on this link, https://www.helivalues.com/bb/sample

If you need an accurate current fair market value, orderly liquidation value or net orderly liquidation value, request a desktop appraisal today,  https://www.helivalues.com/appraisal-requests

Components

The components tab in The Official Helicopter Blue Book list the intervals of major drivetrain components and Hourly Maintenance Costs (HMC).

The major (rotating) individual part or assembly which normally has a scheduled or historical removal interval. The general categories of airframe components are: Rotor blades, transmissions, flight controls, rotor heads, hydraulic systems, driveshafts, and engines with their major controls. service life limits, and whether the component is a retirement item or overhaul item. The major individual part or assembly which often has a scheduled or historical removal interval. The general categories of airframe components are: rotor blades, transmissions, flight controls, rotor heads, hydraulic systems and their driveshafts, major engine components and the engine themselves, along with their major controls.

Hourly Maintenance Cost (HMC) is the expense of running a helicopter’s major components for one hour. The HMC includes the parts and labor required for scheduled and unscheduled helicopter maintenance and helicopter inspections that are performed every twenty-five flight hours or greater. Maintenance intervals less than twenty-five flight hours are not considered.

HMCs are determined by computing the cost of each helicopter major-drive train component’s overhaul and retirement interval, with its associated labor costs, then dividing that sum by its allowable flight hours. The resulting per-hour costs are then totaled. HMCs are given as a range due to the variation of parts costs, transportation and labor charges, and discounts. Operators that do not employ in-house certificated maintenance technicians will likely have a higher HMC.

Our Blue Book index provide available data for the {model}.  Click this link to the helicopter blue book index, https://www.helivalues.com/bb/index

Purchase a subscription to view the {model} helicopter components by clicking on this link, https://www.helivalues.com/subscriptions

Before purchasing, you can view sample pages of The Official Helicopter Blue Book by clicking on this link, https://www.helivalues.com/bb/sample

If you need an accurate current fair market value, orderly liquidation value or net orderly liquidation value, request a desktop appraisal today,  https://www.helivalues.com/appraisal-requests

 

Last modified: April 28, 2020, 3:38 pm